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Scepovic makes late Celtic U-turn

Celtic have signed Stefan Scepovic 24 hours after the Serbia striker pulled the plug on a move to Parkhead.

The 24-year-old has signed a four-year contract with the Scottish champions despite leaving Celtic in the lurch going into the final day of the transfer window.

Celtic are also trying to complete the loan signing of Manchester City striker John Guidetti after letting forwards Teemu Pukki, Amido Balde and Holmbert Fridjonsson leave Parkhead on a temporary basis.

Celtic complete Wakaso loan deal

Celtic have completed the loan signing of Ghana winger Mubarak Wakaso.

The 24-year-old, who played in the World Cup, arrives on a one-year loan deal with Celtic having the option to buy the player from Russian side Rubin Kazan.

Celtic announced the former Espanyol and Villarreal player will go straight into their squad for Sunday's Scottish Premiership clash at Dundee.


Johansen: We weren't good enough

Stefan Johansen admitted "we weren't good enough" after Celtic bowed out of the Champions League for a second time this season.

Everybody's disappointed. We weren't good enough.

We had a chance today but we couldn't take it. We need to be better as a team.

We didn't manage to play the game we wanted to play. They (Maribor) are a good team and it was a good performance by them.

– Stefan Johansen


Celtic keep Champions League place

Celtic will compete in the Champions League play-offs after the Court of Arbitration for Sport rejected Legia Warsaw's bid to be provisionally reinstated.

Legia took their case to the Swiss-based court after their punishment for fielding an ineligible player was rejected by UEFA's appeal body on Thursday.

But CAS confirmed on Monday afternoon that it had denied Legia's initial request and that Celtic will play Maribor in Slovenia on Wednesday night.

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